Climate change threatens the livelihoods and well-being of all people and societies. Yet the impacts of climate change are likely to be worse for the poor and marginalized, who lack the resources to effectively adapt as droughts, floods, and other concerns take effect. And because climate change affects ecosystems and agriculture, many of the negative effects will disproportionately burden women and youth, who bear the responsibilities of food production and water collection. This program aims to assist the community in finding ways to reduce the impacts of climate change within the rural spectrum of Kajiado County.
Environmental justice and land rights advocacy
Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of ecosystems
Environmental education for all